My guess is that milk probably has less water in it than other substances.
Probably because it "lathers" readily. Steam, instead of escaping from it easily, as it does from water, blows the milk into bubbles which suddenly fill the saucepan and pour over the top.
by ross670daw 7 years ago
Where has the year gone and why does time pass so quickly?12 months seems like only 6 months these days, why is that I wonder. Christmas is almost here again, the chaos begins.
by Haley 5 years ago
Why is important to boil noodles in salty water?I've always been told to boil noodles in the "water of the sea" but I don't know why. Is it an old-wives tale or is there some truth to it?
by Michele42 6 years ago
Why does my dog dig on me when I am settled down?
by Tim Nichol 7 years ago
Here's yet another pointless, time-wasting game fo' ya! **For each 'post', a question that starts with "Why does..." shall be posted. **The next person shall provide an answer.**This answer can be anything from serious to absurd.**This person shall ask a new "Why does..."...
by T Peterson 8 years ago
Hi there - new Hubber here. Why does the Hubscore drop within hours of publishing it? I literally just posted a hub a few hours ago and it's already down to 49. What's the deal with that?Cheers,Tia
by Siddharth 5 years ago
Do you boil the milk before drinking?When you purchase milk, Do you boil it before drinking. I have seen people doing so but I don't find any solid reason as to why people do it
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